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Articles from Alberta Sweetgrass (August 1, 2011)

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Additional funds to help in wake of wildfires. Narine, Shari Brief article 125
An Elder speaks out about the damage caused through loss. Chrapko, Darlene 703
Athabasca Chipewyan voice strengthened as member of Dene Nation. Narine, Shari 516
Calgarians honour Aboriginal culture. Chrapko, Darlene Brief article 140
Calgary Stampede's Indian village is about celebrating life. Hurrell, Ingrid Brunkhorst 510
Calgary Stampede's Indian village to double in size. Chrapko, Darlene Brief article 162
Court date set for English Bay development. Narine, Shari Brief article 106
Federal government forced to take action to protect caribou. Narine, Shari 511
Headboard ceremony commemorates residential school. Narine, Shari Brief article 159
Inaugural games have disappointing turnout. Laskaris, Sam 482
Investigation on-going in shooting death of five-year-old. Narine, Shari 512
Kainai Honourary Chieftainships bestowed. Narine, Shari Brief article 136
Leadership academy follows medicine wheel teachings. Miller, Heather Andrews 455
More money for southwest flooding. Narine, Shari Brief article 152
Mustard Seed launches new employment centre. Chrapko, Darlene Brief article 135
New elementary school opened. Narine, Shari Brief article 154
New program to aid Aboriginal transition in to city. Gallagher, Gail 479
New totem pole in Jasper causes discord. Narine, Shari Brief article 164
Outreach team targets street-involved people with addiction issues. Narine, Shari Brief article 130
Pro bono lawyer from UK cannot speak in Alberta courts. Narine, Shari 517
Rainbow pipeline given conditional go-ahead to resume operation. Narine, Shari 558
Royal Alberta Museum restores Sunwapta totem pole. Narine, Shari Brief article 108
September court appearance. Narine, Shari Brief article 130
Seventh inning not enough to propel Jets to title. Laskaris, Sam 479
Stoney Nation takes steps to get affairs into order. Chrapko, Darlene 634
Stoney Tribal Cadet Program gets new membership. Chrapko, Darlene Brief article 196
Supreme court decision could help overturn harvester's guilty verdict. Narine, Shari 543
Supreme Court rules Metis can control own membership. Narine, Shari 717
Traditional weaving provides learning, healing opportunities. Chrapko, Darlene 504
Unique program graduates LPNs from First Nation college. Solway, Susan 496
Walk held to raise awareness. Narine, Shari Brief article 107
Youth assembly focuses on water issues. Narine, Shari Brief article 114
Youth council pushes for unity among three bands. Chrapko, Darlene 463

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